Casper’s First Female Police Officer: Alona Boggess [PHOTOS]
In 1974, Alona E. Boggess became the first female (and the first African-American female) to serve on the Casper Police Department.
Play Disc Golf In Wyoming Today, Thanks To Event 60 Years Ago
60 years ago, January 23rd of 1957 two guys started making flying plastic saucers they called Frisbees. Today, there are some 28 recognized courses and more.
Ever See Wyoming’s Capitol Square BEFORE Renovation? [VIDEOS]
We're not allowed inside during the renovation, but did you ever visit the State Capitol building before the Capitol Square Project started. The first construction is a beautiful story in itself.
Western History & A Song To Go With It
Michael Martin Murphy will bring his Cowboy Christmas to Laramie tonight, November 25, 2016. This dedicated ambassador of Western culture will perform at The Gryphon Theater. I have come across Michael on several occasions and I always found him to be a great guy and a fine performer...
Pedro: The Strange Story Of A Mummy Found In Wyoming
When you think of mummies, you probably don't think Wyoming. But, that's just because you don't know Pedro...
5 Completely Depressing Things About Wyoming’s History
Let's cheer everyone up and relive some of Wyoming's most depressing historical stories!
57 Years Ago: The Hebgen Lake Earthquake Devastates Yellowstone Area
On August 17, 1959 an earthquake measured 7.3-7.5 on the Richter scale at Yellowstone National Park. The tragic event caused over 28 deaths and $11 million in damage between Wyoming and Montana communities.